Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Top Ten Tuesday - Ten Christmas-y Covers

Today I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl which is all about lists.  Since lists are one of my favorite things this is one of my favorite linkups!  Today's topic is a freebie so I'm looking at some Christmas-y covers.  I do love a pretty cover and Christmas-y ones are so inviting!

1.  Coming Home for Christmas by RaeAnne Thayne - This was a story I'd been waiting for and as expected Thayne did not disappoint!  I love all the snow with the bridge, the lighted tree and those lamp posts.

A Cup of Holiday Fear by Ellie Alexander - This is a fabulous series with all kinds of yummy treat mentions but I especially love how everything is cheery and happy in the background but something is clearly wrong with that hot chocolate!

3.  Owl Be Home For Christmas by Donna Andrews - I love the title puns of this series but the owl in the Santa hat really sells the cover.  

4.  Mrs. Jeffries and the Alms of the Angel by Emily Brightwell - I love the very traditional Christmas-y look of the cover with the feet sticking out from behind the statue.  

5.  Santa Puppy by Lynn Cahoon - This was a fun cozy but I love the cover with the disarray, the bookstore and that adorable puppy.


6.  Six Cats a Slayin' by Miranda James - The cat, the kittens, the tree - this cover is just absolutely adorable and the mystery was pretty good too.

7.  The Christmas Wishing Tree by Emily March- I do love snowy Christmas covers and the decorated tree against the stark white with the slightly pink cover is just so pretty.

8.  The Inn at Blue Hollow Falls by Donna Kauffman - Honestly, this book was a DNF for me but I still love this cover with the old mill decorated in the background.

9.  The Christmas Star by Donna VanLiere - This was a sweet Christmas story but I especially love that the tree on the cover is also in the book.

10.  Christmas at Whisper Beach by Shelley Noble - The only thing I love more then a snowy Christmas cover is a beachy Christmas cover.


  1. These are intriuging. The #2 cover looks like a book I would read - I like a good mystery.

    Have a lovely day.

  2. I love a Christmas cover. The play on words for 3 made me smile. Of course I immediately thought Potter!

  3. Such pretty Christmas covers and they are all different. Somehow they are warm and cosy.

  4. Oh these all look like fun Christmas reads! Love the Jeffries one.

  5. Fun! I love cozy mysteries, and ones that are holiday themed are even better.


  6. I love a cozy winter cover! You're right -- they're just so inviting :)

    Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!